Our project with Eureka! Mersey took an exciting step forward this week, with approval of a funding grant from the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. Located in part of the Seacombe Ferry Terminal and Spaceport, and linked by ferry to Liverpool, the science and discovery centre is designed to educate and inspire children and young people, nurturing their future careers.
In a press release, Eureka!’s Chief Executive Leigh-Anne Stradeski said: “Eureka! Mersey will be truly unique as a visitor attraction and it is an evolution in our work to inspire and raise the aspirations of children and young people. Eureka! Mersey will change the lives and futures of our young visitors by positively engaging them in the skills and the jobs that will shape the country’s future and theirs.
Read the full release here: www.eureka.org.uk/blog/eureka-mersey-gains-6-6m-in-key-funding-boost/
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